Physicist Stanton Friedman’s Rebuttal to MUFON Director’s Roswell Comments

“Those USAF reports tried to explain Roswell bodies as crash test dummies, none of which were dropped until at least six years later and all of which were 6-foot-tall and weighed 175 pounds.”

- Stanton Friedman, M. S., Nuclear Physicist and UFO Researcher


January 18, 2010  Fredericton, New Brunswick, Canada - The Mutual UFO Network (MUFON) was originally founded on May 31, 1969, as the Midwest UFO Network with the goal to train field researchers to investigate UFO reports. In November 2006, former NASA engineer and MUFON Director John Schuessler retired and businessman, James Carrion, took over the directorship. By the July 2009 international MUFON conference in Denver, Colorado, and the early November 2009 Crash Conference in Las Vegas, Nevada, Carrion surprised audiences with a presentation that implied there were no unidentified flying object crashes in Roswell, New Mexico, in July 1947. Instead, he hypothesized that the crashed disc/s were a U. S. counter-intelligence operation for a Top Secret Project Sear.


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